24. Brunelleschi’s Dome (Ross King)
A great book. I’ve been meaning to read this since I went to Florence over Easter two years ago (so long ago already!). It tells an amazing story and though it is non-fiction (which I tend to find dull), I thoroughly enjoyed this book and found it to be very entertaining.
25. Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman (Richard Feynman)
I agreed to read this book if a friend read Hamlet (very different books, of course, but Hamlet is one of my favorites and Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman is one of her favorites). It turned out to be a very enjoyable read. It was easy to read (I read 250 pages of the 350 page book over a period of a day and a half in airports and on planes) and the stories were all interesting/enlightening/entertaining. I highly suggest this book!
And now I reached my goal! Time to get a head start on book no.1 for next year (Silent Spring, I think…). Yay!